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Dec 30, 2013 9:00pm EST
>> coming up on c-span, our first laties series features the life of lady bird johnson. then a discussion on the january 1 start of coverage under the affordable care act and what's ahead in 2014. >> a beautification, to my mind, is far more than a matter of cosmetics. me, it describes the whole effort to bring the natural world and the man-made world harmony, to bring youthfulness, delight, to our whole environment and that, of course, only begins with trees .nd flowers and landscaping talkingbird johnson about beautification, her signature issue as first lady. campaigner,tural successful businesswoman and husband,tner to her lyndon johnson. you the storytell of claudia taylor johnson known ourady bird, the wife of 36th president. here to tell her story are cokie roberts, political commentary for abc news and npr, also the books, "founding mothers" and "ladies of liberty." curly is an expert of working on a biography lady bird johnson. i want to start with the beginning, where we were 50 week, this is an administration birthed in national tragedy. the immediate challen
Jan 6, 2014 7:50am EST
johnson created for himself, grew tired of it, handed it off the kennedy. so this is really in some sense the one project kennedy was in charge of during his senate career. he took it very seriously, inquired of all the great historians in the country and spent about six, seven months digging into this. came up with a list of the five greatest senators, and it was something that came part of his identity as being a young politician but also someone very steeped in american history. >> the book came -- who came out of the top of that list? >> there was robert taft, but the big ones were john calhoun, daniel webster, henry clay, the pre-civil war era. securities committee quickly decide on the top three, webster, clay, calhoun. they had a longer debate on the next two, and even back at that point kennedy preferred a german named george noris, but there were some hints that the nebraska senators might filibuster that choice of kennedy had to back off and go with -- there were some hints of filibusters and delays in the senate. >> what would you say was one of president kennedy's most substan
Jan 5, 2014 1:00pm EST
painted as my grandmother's official white house portrait. bird johnson, lady went looking for portraits of first ladies t to re-hang in the white house. and she looked high and low, and she could not find my grandmother's official portrait. so she called my grandmother and said, mrs. truman, do you know where that painting is? and my grandmother said, it is on my wall. and mrs. johnson said,, you really should not have that. it along to the white house. and my grandmother said, no. it is on my wall and that is where we'll stay. i think mrs. johnson tried a couple more times, but eventually she gave up and had a copy painted. copies made, and one of them hangs in the library down the road and the other is in the white house. those are the two copies. this is the original. >> first lady mamie eisenhower's sense of style kept her noticed by the fashion world. >> i'm surrounded by a few of the items that kept her on the 10 best dressed list. she worked with one of her favorite designers for her suits and daywear. this is the outfit she wore to the formal opening of the st. lawrence seaway.
Jan 1, 2014 10:00pm EST
. this painting was originally painted as my grandmother's official white house portrait. johnson960s, lady bird went looking for portraits of first ladies to hang, re-hang in the white house. she thought that was important. she looked high and low and cannot find my grandmother's official portrait. so she called my grandmother and said, mrs. truman, do you know where the painting is, what can i find it. the grandmother said, yeah, it's on my wall. mrs. johnson said, you really should not have that, it belongs in the white house. my grandmother said, no, that is my painting, it is on my wall, and that is where it is going to stay. i think mrs. johnson tried a couple of more times but eventually gave up. there were two copies made by the artists. one of them hangs in the truman library down the road, the other is in the white house, but those are the copies. as is the original portrait. first lady mamie eisenhower's sense of style got her noticed by the fashion world. with one of worked her favorite designers for her suits and they wear outfits. this is the outfit that she wore to the formal open
Al Jazeera America
Jan 6, 2014 2:00pm EST
, lyndon baines johnson evoking the memory of jfk. >> welcome back to al jazeera america. i'm del walters. here are the top stories. the supreme court putting a stop to same sex marriages in utah, giving the time for appeal of the rulings. >>> 2014 is an election year and shaping the elections there, an extension of jobless benefits and confirmation of janet yellen to head the federal reserve. >>> tribal allies have retain ramala, the iraqi military is set to regain control of fallujah from fighters connected to al qaeda. >>> wednesday is the 50th anniversary of the landmark speech of lyndon johnson declaring a war on poverty. >> and this administration today, here and now, declares ununconditional war on poverty n america. >> the speech came less than two months after the assassination of president kennedy. >> our aim is not only to relieve the symptom of poverty but to cure it. and above all: to prevent it. [applause] >> reporter: poverty had been a major concern of president kennedy and with a country still grieving, and almost one in five americans living in poverty, johnson declar
Jan 3, 2014 6:00pm EST
city on books of several different opics. >> first lady lady bird johnson enjoyed the time she and the president could spend at their ranch resting and relaxing. >> the living room is the oldest room in the house, dating back to the 1890's. she would refer to this as our heart home. have a few things that speak to her connection to the room. one of the things that she wanted to highlight was the native american heritage in the ill country. we do have a small collection of arrowheads. mrs. johnson actually had her daughters, linda and lucy, look for arrowheads, and mrs. johnson would pay them one dollar each for each arrowhead. linda was doing quite a bit better collecting them, and it turns out she was paying her schoolmates $.50 per arrowhead, then collecting a dollar from her mother. she had an eye for copper and collected various items. one of the things that draws attention, three television sets. the president loved to watch the news and at that time, the three major networks would all show the news at the same time. the president would turn down the volume on the televisi
Jan 5, 2014 7:00am EST
are focusing on the lyndon johnson war on poverty. it was 50 years ago this month since the new president focused on those domestic agenda issues in his state of the union address. what has changed, 50 years later? "newsmakers," following "washington journal," 10:00 on the east coast, our guest this week is the ceo of heritage action for america. one of the questions is -- do the states help the gop? [video clip] 72% -- >> 72% of the american people do not like the republican party. i am one of those right now. when most americans look at washington, d.c., they see a game with pretend food fights making sure that well-connected people who can hire a lot of lobbyists have the tax codes and spending in their favor. that if you are a small business person, entrepreneur, or someone who just wants to go to work, you do not have a voice in washington. >> but you are part of the game. you score the members. you are very much a part of the process, at least a lot of republicans say, stirring up things within the party that are not constructive. >> we ask the tough questions and we inform their co
Jan 5, 2014 1:55pm EST
member of the house ways and means committee. he served the johnson administration and served as u.s. ambassador to mexico during the clinton administration. on the war onus poverty. let's begin with this sunday morning headline. later, war on poverty is a mixed bag." "too many, the war on poverty has largely failed. the property rate has fallen from 15% to 19% in two generations and in a different way, they have succeeded in preventing it from climbing higher. when president johnson made the announcement in his poverty rate in the united states was 22% of the population. in the 5.5 years he was president, he reduced it 12%. i would say that it has had its successes are a lot and a few failures, but the practical matter is down even today from in poverty rate that existed 1963. >> president johnson became president in 1963. aw did this become centerpiece of the state of the union address that year? >> the war on poverty meant several different things. it included the civil rights legislation, voting rights legislation, educational reforms, various things like that. so, his major go
Al Jazeera America
Jan 6, 2014 11:00am EST
speech by lyndon baines johnson. ,lbj. we look at the speech and it'sing. >> this administration today here and now declares unconditional war on poverty in america. >> reporter: the speech came less than two months after the assassination of president kennedy. >> our aim is not only to relief the symptom of poverty, but to cure it, and above all to prevent it. >> reporter: poverty had been a major concern of president kennedy and with the country still grieving and one in five americans living in poverty johnson declared war on poverty. university of texas dallas professor wrote a book about how poverty undermined the united states. he said that johnson's war on poverty was one of his best. >> he knew he was not going to be a loved president. therefore it's much easier to continue the line of a presidency that was more than admired. he was loved and whatever, and take his agenda and make it yours. all the time making sure you give enough credit to the person. >> let us carry forward the plans and programs of john fitzgerald kennedy, not because of our sorrow or sympathy, but because t
Dec 31, 2013 10:30pm PST
he is? >> present. >> madam chair johnson? >> here. >> commissioner mondahah is absent and all other commissioner are present. two announcements, a, please be advised a member of the public has up to three minutes to make personal public commentses on each agenda item unless the commission adopts a shorter period on any item. it is strongly recommended that members of the public who wish to address the commission fill out a speaker card submitted to the commission secretary [speaker not understood]. the next order of business is item 3, report on actions taken at previous closed session meeting, if any. there are no reportable actions. the next matter of business is item 4, matters of unfinished business. we have no item. the next order of business is item 5, matters of new business, first can consent jed item 5a, approval of minutes, regular meeting of november 5th, 2013. madam chair? >> thank you very much. is there any public comment on the minutes? >> i have no speaker cards, madam chair. >> okay, thank you very much. i believe we have one suggested change. commissioner rosales,
Jan 1, 2014 5:45am EST
he came into the senate that lyndon johnson to had, at least the power to make these appointments, but among the foreign relations committee. that gave me a good feeling. he was on the foreign relations committee, but he was not there really to spend time running out legislation, having tens of hearings, i presume, for almost every ambassador from the united states to every country, all of the appointments of the state department or so forth. as we celebrated foreign relations committees, a couple of years ago, the historical society gave me an opportunity to point out that the foreign relations committee hold more hearings or at least in those days, then any of the committee. at the time to process all the personnel. likewise, all of the various things that are occurring in the world. president kennedy contributed to visit to these, but this was not a preoccupation. we will was on his mind was the presidency and how he was going to prepare, really, to be a great president, how he was going to prepare, in fact, to be a candidate who would have an opportunity, as a matter of fact h
Jan 1, 2014 8:45pm EST
bunton johnson. this was lyndon johnson's grandmother. i didn't know about her, although she was in the books, but i have not dwelt on a part of the tarot books about lyndon johnson. but lucy johnson was giving me my children a 200 of the johnson ranch which is a national park and a preservation area. she was giving us a tour of the house that they had grown up in and were part of that range. she talked about her great-grandmother, who had been out there in johnson county in johnson city in that area. and how she had survived an indian raid in their home by hiding under the house and putting a rug over the trapdoor that she had gone under and putting a diaper in her baby's mouth so that the baby wouldn't cry, and she heard the indians, in. she stayed down there, and she took the horses outside and then she heard footsteps back in and her husband was crying or it just out loud, thinking that she had been taken or killed. so she opened the trap door and came out. this is what was passed down. and i said, oh, my gosh, she should be in the book. and i went back and did verify all
Dec 30, 2013 1:00pm PST
will hear from our partner david johnson and his firm. it has our leadership goal to high quality enterprises in san francisco and nurtures a business environment that supports strong economic growth as you will hear from mayor lee. it also established new benchmark for what is possible today for commercial development and you will happy hear from our company leader. john kilroy. i think you will understand that we are a huge believer of san francisco. we have demonstrated that faith in local management, resources and development. it has taken a big teamworking together very closely to bring us to today's ground breaking. that is a lot of people and we are glad to see to many people with us today. it's my pleasure to introduce one of the city's biggest visionaries and supporters. the mayor learned from the very beginning what a very exciting opportunity this has been and he's supported us every way through this development. i know my daughter will understand 1 day how special it is to have him here. please welcome honorable mayor lee. >> mike, thanks very much. congratulations to
Al Jazeera America
Jan 5, 2014 8:00pm EST
have to get more rest between flights. it's 50 years since president lyndon johnson called for a war on poverty. we look at the successes and failures of that fight. >> in iraq the government in anbar says it has retaken the city of ramadi, a day after it was seized by militants linked to al qaeda. they remain on the edges of ramadi and fallujah, as local tribal leaders consider their next move. both cities are key regional centres and witnessed fighting. we have more from al jazeera's imran khan. >> after a standoff lasting days the iraqi army is ready to go to the city of fallujah, and fight the al qaeda-linked group i.s.i.l. the agreement to do so was heartfought. sunni tribes insisted they be part of the situation. others disagreed saying i.s.i.l. fighters were protecting fallujah. the standoff is an indication of the sunni tribe and shia-led government disagreements. nouri al-maliki now has an agreement to act. >> translation: there's increased coordination between the army and tribesman. the army provides the tribes with weapons and everything they need in the battle against th
Al Jazeera America
Jan 5, 2014 11:00pm EST
of president lyndon johnson's war on poverty speech. now in the coming days al jazeera's correspondents across the country will examine its successes, failures and how its legacy still shapes lives today. the speech that set it in motion. >> this administration, today, here and now, declares un, war unconditional war on poverty in america. >> the speech came less than two months after the assassination of president kennedy. >> our aim is not only to relieve the symptom of poverty but to cure it. and above all: to prevent it. [applause] >> reporter: poverty had been a major concern of president kennedy and with the country still grieving and almost one in five americans living in poverty, johnson declared war on poverty. university of texas at dallas professor mehai nadin wrote a book on how poverty could undermine the viability of the united states. he says johnson's speech was nearly perfect. >> johnson realized he was not going to be a loved president. therefore it is much easier to continue the line of a president that was more than admired, he was loved and whatever, and take his agenda
Al Jazeera America
Jan 4, 2014 12:30pm EST
johnson to mike tyson, we could throw the university out of this. look at magic johnson's career and mike tyson's career. post career what can you do with your life? everybody here would never thought mike tyson once he got through boxing would still be relevant to the degree that he is still relevant. he found a way to turn his life into something to do with his postboxing career. >> no, but he has resources around him to reinvent himself. >> he did that as an athlete. magic johnson went to michigan state, i'm not sure that michigan state laid the groundwork, but i'm using these two as books ends as beyond what the university does, athletes in all genres, in all of the sports, you have two individuals and a lot in between. we could go to bill bradley, allen page, michael jordan, we can go down the line of what athletes have done but use that as resource. there are other athletes who have done things in a wide variety of field that they can use how they want to move forward post playing the game. >> we have 20 seconds. >> i would just like to say one thing to all athletes understand that
Dec 30, 2013 6:30pm PST
might drag your feet, wait a little bit. in the case of johnson controls or any stock that i'm recommending, they are really all in the right sectors, bull market sectors are economically sensitive sectors, the kinds that perform well in a bull market, not the ones that perform well in a bear market. certainly cyclical and johnson control has the elite. the other thing is their business is getting better, they're starting to do business to raise profit margins, going away from their traditional lines. and they do business in europe as the previous guests said and as i would say, europe looks great for 2014. >> okay, good to hear from you, as well. general electric, everybody knows this name, you have to be pretty patient with this stock but it did have a pretty decent year, why should investors buy it at $20. >> it has the same ingredients, the first, positive performance, it is an economically sensitive sector of the market. industrials, great job at shed ing some of the businesses, low margin businesses, moving into high margin benefits. it is global and will benefit from a
Jan 1, 2014 9:20am EST
the administration of president johnson and then of president nixon. bearing in mind that as many americans died under the administration of president nixon as did under president johnson. so, you know, early on, david had per stamp, my colleague, wrote in the best and the brightest, this was the wrong war at the wrong place at the wrong time and i didn't necessarily agree with him then but i agree with him now and i doubt that even an extended, continued american effort could have forestalled an ultimate nationalist victory and a nationalist victory in vietnam would have met supremacy of major force in vietnam and today which is the communist party. best i can do in the allotted time. >> peter, not bad. >> thank you, peter. he so i think we'll wrap it up. i want to thank you y'all for coming this evening. we'll be hanging around for a little while to have a chat if anybody wants to talk informally. >> thank you all. [applause] >> thank you. i need a second coffee. >> with a few weeks left in 2013, many publications are putting out there year-end list of notable books. these titles were included
Jan 5, 2014 11:30am EST
to theodore roosevelt's father. >> i think what happened because of my experience with lyndon johnson, watching him at a vulnerable stage at his life where he opened up to me in ways he wouldn't have if i hadn't known him. i began to feel empathetic. from then on that privilege of working with johnson made me want to choose subjects that i would basically like and respect so i could feel empathetic. i loved living with teddy roosevelt. the most fascinating character. taft, i began to feel more empathetic towards him. it's a way to make them come alive through the stories of their lives. i'm with them day after day for seven years in this case. >> there is life. not to compare the book, but i'll do it any way. there is this aspect of these characters coming to life in a fully formed way. how crushed taft is by the stroke that afflicts his wife. this is amazing. the role of women and here we are in the middle of the 19th century is his best political adviser and pushing him to become president. we're feeling for them in way has feel so contemporary. >> that's what you would hope. if his
Jan 5, 2014 4:15am EST
on johnson, and one of the things he talks about i find very interesting is the transition of power from, of course, kennedy to johnson and the fact that was such a seamless transition, because you have this horrible event and suddenly -- and the government doesn't crumble. and of course, when that's going on, i, who lived in the 19th century, think about the lincoln assassination and the transition at that particular time to another johnson -- andrew johnson from tennessee, who is put on lincoln's ticket in 1864 election. i don't think anyone would have thought or maybe they did -- lincoln was always thinking morbid thoughts understandably, but andrew johnson would be president. there was a great deal of talk he was drunk at the inauguration. so there was a transition, which was right after -- days after, it's hard to imagine days after the war. there were some people in the south and west who were fighting. they didn't want to stop fighting. andrew johnson is the new president. .. >> reemerge in a new way and washington was an incredible leader because he had the unusual ability to rea
Dec 29, 2013 7:45pm EST
to go texas because the factions of lyndon johnson and the liberal senator were at each other's throats and jack kennedy needed texas again. so they went to texas. they went to houston, they went -- ended up in fort worth, the night before on the 21st of november. and on the 22nd of november, as they were talking in the bedroom, he said something that i found eerie. >> yes. well, the night before they arrived in fort forth, they had come from houston. now they are in the hotel room in the morning. and the president looks at a newspaper. the dallas paper. he's reading it before he flies there. there's a full-page ad welcoming him to texas. they thought they're welcoming me. they were having a good trip so far. the 21st went great. then he read the ad. and it was a 12-list of being a communist, socialist, causing death of american soldiers in vietnam. and he said, will you look at this? we're flying to nut country today. then he said, you know, last night when we got here, would been a hell of a night to assassinate the president. it was dark, the crowds were pressing in. we didn't have e
Al Jazeera America
Dec 30, 2013 5:00pm EST
of health and human services, autho, and from atlanta, jason johnson professor at hyrum college. i think by common agreement it has been an unbelievable year. looking back why don't we start by hearing from all of you about which story you think is your top story or the one we'll be talking about for years to come that will become the more consequencal. >> i think i pick the civil war in syria because it has the potential to remake not just the region but america's role in the region in a way that we have not seen. >> i think it's the george zimmerman trial. we still talk about how it dominated the news, we'll still be talking about that years from now. >> the biggest story most consequential is the disaster roll out of the affordable care act. it will lead to a major repeal or revision, and i think that's going to be a big deal. >> just because you used the word "if," you're coming back and saying that it may. >> well, just because i am from venezuela i'm going to say the death of hugo chavez was the biggest story of the year, and i think it will be of consequence in all of latin americ
Al Jazeera America
Jan 4, 2014 12:00pm EST
is hilda johnson, united nations' special representative for the republic of south sudan. good afternoon. we understand the warring parties in south sudan say there will be no talks until an agenda is drafted and both sides agree. how big of a set back is this in terms of ending the fighting as soon as possible? >> well, according to the ministry of foreig foreign affan ethiopia who are hosting these talks, and they are saying the formal talks will start tomorrow at 3:00 p.m. they have consulted yesterday and today and tomorrow they're ready. i don't see this as a setback. it's better to start a little later and make sure that you're well prepared, and things can move forward than to start prematurely. tomorrow afternoon they will go ahead. >> so better late than never. but exactly what is the risk of an all-out silve civil war at ts point? >> if the parties can now agree where the talks take place, that will mean that we have--the parties lead to such a scenario. that is the main point. it is to halt and stop the violence because otherwise it can slide down and get out of control. nobod
Dec 31, 2013 4:30am PST
johnson and john they're great to be working with. we're looking forward to work further with them. of course, the mayor would like if johnson and johnson would most of their haubdz here. there are 3 people who have made in work my colleagues doug and brian. those two have made this happen to a round of applause for them (clapping.) but the third person who's been behind the screen pulling the strings that made this work on time we signed the leased in december of last year that's actually, the mayor of san francisco mayor ed lee. it's a delight to have him here and say a few words. mayor (clapping.) well rich thank you very much. i know you can't think of a better way to celebrate 10 years of having this open up to companies like g.e. coming hero to provide a lot of great equipment for start ups. i had my exposure to some of the folks. apprehending you're going to be able to wear a patch that tells us everything that's going ♪ our body. there's a virnd e vending machine you can find golf things in. it's incredible. this is another center and i'm surprised but yet not shocking th
Jan 1, 2014 8:15am EST
, the u.s. government from president kennedy in particular and president johnson made it their job to lobby intensely with american newspaper editors and television directors to shape the image coming out of vietnam. because of the nature of america's commitment there was never a declared war. still has not been declared. there was a limited engagement and beginning with advisers and american troops in smaller groups, finally becoming quite a large army, over half a million. this was never a conflict in which the u.s. government felt it could impose the kind of censorship that was common in world war ii, world war i and gloria and that censorship would be obligated to run their photographs and written material past military censors, publishers at home would be expected to take a patriotic look at what was going on in a conflict like vietnam or overseas commitment, when i go there in 1962 i was joined by at group of young american journalists, mel brown, all graduates from ivy league university, probably the first to actually enter the garage of the news reporting and they took a mo
Jan 2, 2014 12:00am EST
or lyndon johnson had the power to make these appointments to put him on the foreign relations committee and that may be a good feeling and he was not spending time grinding out legislation, having these hearings, i presume, for almost every ambassador in the united states and all of those at the state department as we celebrated the foreign relations committee a couple of years ago. and they gave me an opportunity to point out this and by the time to process personnel, likewise all the very things that are occurring in the world. and this is not a preoccupation. and how this is because to be a great president and preparing to be a candidate because he had already had an experience prior to the one that he was nominated with and what she was almost the vice presidential nominee and he was, i suppose, instructed by what occurred during that time. and i don't want to tell his story before he talks about it today. but i'm excited about it. but it does offer and suggest a pathway to the presidency. historically only one other senator had gone directly to this. and we now have barack obama an
Jan 4, 2014 9:00am EST
measures from officers and new methods of bureaucratic oversight. decade later president lyndon johnson was still smarting from criticism he had received from republican challenger barry goldwater that johnson had led district descending to a chaos of crime. despite his triumphant election returns the president was keen to appoint a special committee on crime in the district of columbia in july 1965. the task force and a good part of its time assessing the work of the d.c. metropolitan police department and concluded its analysis with the stock admonition, no one in the district of columbia should underestimate the goal of experience and misunderstanding which separates police from poor citizens. to form the base of its belief recommendations the commission recruited the international association of chiefs of police to recommend structural changes to the npd and a professional association was by now well accustomed to its role as expert consulted to speed the transition to a more professional police culture. the organizational trend that most jumped out when it looked at d.c.'s police w
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Jan 6, 2014 4:00pm PST
shot at the republican party. >> you know, going back to president johnson, a democrat, and president reagan, a republican. both of them, i suspect, would have invited their opponents, some in their own team, down from capitol hill to the white house. and at least had a discussion about it -- like starting the new year. that's what's so painful about this -- this punch that he just threw. >> you know, i had two years with ronald reagan, '85 to '87. he came in to some meetings cursing out various members of congress and leaders. he would go at them again and again, talk to donnie lo rostenkowski, democrat from chicago, this is a good tax bill. work with them. '86, his sixth year, he got the top tax rate cut from 50% to 28%. had to cut a lot of deals, had to give stuff up, had to use the old persona. always when it got to the end he would get on the phone, they would ask, mr. president, this is what you got to, do and he would do. it i don't understand -- i mean, the president sounds like an individual who has given up on the idea of working with the republicans at all, but as i say, if
Dec 30, 2013 12:00pm EST
, interviews, and video in business news. i am matt miller come in for adam johnson. let's look at the menu. in socks, could it be the best year ever? that shows noy signs of abating. big machines hard at work. we will show you the biggest earth crunching equipment on the planet. a nation, the regulator gary gensler gives his final word on the new roles for wall street. in fashion, one hot hoodie, is it the greatest hoodie ever made? ise over celine, elton, this the new face of vegas. we will kick it off with the world. two days, discusses that bombings in southern russia. a few hundred miles from the site of the winter olympics which began in six weeks. the first bombing came yesterday at a train station in volgograd. this is a video. the time of the explosion, a suicide bomber with himself up near a metal detector. 17 people were killed, 40 five were injured. investigators say the toll would have been higher if it had not been for barriers that kept the bomber from reaching a waiting area. the second bombing this morning during rush hour. a suicide mission in the same city on a trolleybus
Dec 31, 2013 6:00pm EST
movies may not be available on netflix in the coming year. ♪ >> welcome back. i'm cory johnson. this is "bloomberg west." netflix had a big year defying the production of critics. the original shows have been a critical success and the company continues to add subscribers. the company is making some big changes to close the year, altering prices and losing favorite shows and movies. jon erlichman is back with us from l.a. with more on today's new hollywood. these changes are not small. >> they are doing a lot of stuff. last couple of days, people have been talking about the top- performing stocks for the year. that flexes their the top four that list, up to close to three -- up close to 300% grade that has to do with subscriber growth, the number that drives the revenues dory continues to climb -- revenue story continues to climb. as you look to 2014, the moves they are working on are tied to continuing to grow that this -- that subscriber number, whether it's toying with the price of the subscription or this idea of purging some titles where the license are as -- licenses are
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